identical twins


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identical twins

nplgemelli/e monoovulari

i·den·ti·cal twins

n., pl. gemelos idénticos formados por la fertilización de un solo óvulo.
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TWO identical twins have been arrested for alleged examination malpractice in the ongoing Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), at the University of Maiduguri centre, Borno.
Identical twins share the same birthdate and parents.
IDENTICAL TWINS HAVE LONG FASCINATED HUMANITY, SO IT'S UNSURPRISING THAT THEY'RE FREQUENTLY FEATURED IN CINEMATIC WORKS ACROSS A RANGE OF GENRES.
Set to be aired on Zee TV, the reality TV show will celebrate the special bond shared by identical twins, read a statement on behalf of the channel.
President Rodrigo Duterte revealed on Saturday that he was emotional when he learned that her daughter Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio lost her identical twins.
Scientists found that identical twins - who share all the same genes - were similar when it came to how likely they were to be bitten.
Identical twins have nearly identical genetic makeup, while fraternal twins, like non-twin siblings, share about 50 percent of their genes.
As identical twins we are always thrilled when we come across new sets of twins, which is what inspired the book.
THE first identical twins to undergo a live liver transplant in the UK have described how they did not realise they were identical until one of them needed the surgery.
Identical twins share all their genes, whereas non-identical twins only share about 50 percent, but each pair will have a similar upbringing, family environment and access to the same materials.
Identical twins Anuja, left, and Shailja Chalishazar achieved exactly the same grades - Identical twins Anuja, left, and Shailja Chalishazar achieved exactly the same grades - |two A*s and one A - in their A-levels and will both study medicine at Cardiff University two A*s and one A - in their A-levels and will both study medicine at Cardiff University
Distinguished Professor Mabel Rice from University of Kansas, who studied 473 sets of twins since their birth, revealed that compared to single-born children, 47 percent of 24-month-old identical twins had language delay compared to 31 percent of non-identical twins, and overall, twins had twice the rate of late language emergence of single-born children.